CHERRY TREE COTTAGE, CHERRY TREE BUNGALOW AND OLD FORGE COTTAGE

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1107749

Date first listed: 14-Nov-1985

Statutory Address: CHERRY TREE COTTAGE, CHERRY TREE BUNGALOW AND OLD FORGE COTTAGE

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Location

Statutory Address: CHERRY TREE COTTAGE, CHERRY TREE BUNGALOW AND OLD FORGE COTTAGE

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

County: Devon

District: North Devon (District Authority)

Parish: Mortehoe

National Grid Reference: SS 47599 44473

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History

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Details

SS 44 SE MORTEHOE BOROUGH CROSS 3/204 Cherry Tree Cottage, Cherry - Tree Bungalow and Old Forge Cottage

- II

2 cottages with interconnecting outbuilding formerly blacksmiths and carpenters shops, now converted into dwelling. Circa 1880. This is probably by the same architect as Twitchen House (q.v.). Squared rubble with slate-hanging to west and north side of left hand cottage. Slate roofs with shaped rafter ends gabled-ended to cottages, gableted to outbuilding with ventilation slats to east end, and slate hanging at west end. Three large lateral stacks of rubble with offsets and brick shafts with oversailing courses to caps, one to inner face of left hand cottage, one to front of cottage to right end, one to rear in the angle of this cottage and outbuilding formerly stack serving blacksmiths forge. Planned complex of 2 cottages set apart at right angles to each other, the left side gable ended to front, each with a gabled cross-wing, with the connecting outbuilding to rear running parallel to right hand cottage and extending west to butt onto part of east wall of left side cottage. Outbuilding also has small right-angled extension with hipped slate roof to north side forming L-shape. Cottages 2 storeys, outbuilding single storey. 3-light windows with slightly corbelled arches on each floor of front gable end of left side cottage with C20 porch with slated leanto roof at left end. Left side has 2-light and single light window above a single light window to right of C20 single-storey flat-roofed extension. Right side is blind. Recessed connecting portion of outbuilding has long range of C20 casements. Left gable end of right-hand cottage has 2 single light casements to left of plank door and 3- light window both under single slightly cambered arch. Single 2-light window to south side in the cross-wing gable. 3-light windows on each floor with cambered arches at east end with additional single light window ground floor right side. Recessed forge stack to right has large buttress with small lean-to roof to left forming porch to cottage.

Listing NGR: SS4759944473

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 98451

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